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"some books are meant / to be read just like this / alone, with the evening, / a bowl of fruit ripening / waiting for the reader / to grow hungry, but / she won't, the book / will devour her, / and it / will soon / become / morning."

Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) Ecrivain britannique, auteur de romans, de poèmes et de nouvelles. "Si..." Ce poême fut écrit en 1910, à l'intention de son fils, John, alors agé de 12 ans.

I love this. The first time I had my heart broken my Mom gave me an old newspaper clipping of this poem.

This is without a doubt my favorite poem of all time. A great thanks is owed to my 7th grade English teacher who made us memorize it! Rudyard Kipling

"Johnny Cash and June Carter" Because you're mine. I walk the line

36 Life Changing Poems Everyone Should Read - Great List! This would be an awesome project for a Language arts class-- assign students to find a poem that means something to them, have a poetry reading, and compile them into an anthology with their comments in it. This would be awesome for a teacher to hold on to year after year.

Seamus Heaney, 1939-2013 Here's a montage of Seamus Heaney reciting his very amazing poem, "Digging." Requiescat In Pace, Seamus!

Richard Burton reads John Clare's poem 'Autumn'..... "whoever looks round sees eternity there".....

'The Night Watch for England' by Edward Shanks read by Richard Armitage - The night is long, so long. But I am not alone. My out-stretched palm rubs on the short rough grass. My fingers crush a scabious flower. I can prick myself with the gorse or bring the wild thyme fragrant from ground to nostril. All these I love. For these I watch tonight. For these and for the village in the valley, and my own house in it. ♥

Rare recording of JRR Tolkien Reading The One Ring Poem. FANGIRLING!! Be sure to check out the audiobook blog! audiobookvault.ws